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Reviewed 26 July 2006

Cameron House has always been on my list of Hotels that I have been desperate to visit, so when my husband surprised me, I was very excited.
I do not know what all the fuss was about, not do I know why it has been given a 5* rating. Very disappointing. The staff weren;t helpful on arrival, no information on the Hotel was given such as where the bar is, swimming info etc. The Bedroom was extremely disappointing, in need of redecoration. The bar was also very tired, extremely dull and loud with ports playing the whole time.
Would not recommend if you are after '5* luxury'.

  • Stayed: June 2006, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Mini-break-queen
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Reviewed 7 July 2006

Excellent hotel, very welcoming and professional reception staff, but we were in the newer section which was a fair walk from the entrance. It also seems as though it gets decorated in stages, and by the time the next stage is due, the supplier has run out of the same carpet and wallpaper, so a different scheme is used..............it is very strange and lets the hotel down a bit.

Our room was very nice and we found the gym and pool to be of a good quality. The Marina restaurant was very good, but we were disappointed at the lack of walks round the Loch, not sure why the hotel had not put a "frontage" of some kind for guests.

We paid £129 for a room bed and breakfast for one night, which was half the normal price, and was a fair price we felt

  • Stayed: June 2006
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1  Thank sharpy2
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Reviewed 3 July 2006

We have recently returned from our wedding at Cameron House and must say that it was the best day. Nothing could be faulted with the hotel down to the organisation of the day. The food was perfect, the setting was perfect, the staff was absoultely excellent.

We were there for a couple of days beforehand and everything went smoothly. The whole hotel, although a five star, felt really homely.

I can't wait to go back for our anniversary!

  • Stayed: June 2006
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2  Thank WellTravelledKent
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Reviewed 21 June 2006

We stayed at this hotel during the end of May/beginning of June 2006 and it is an impressive building in a perfect setting. The edge of Loch Lomond is inches from the hotel, with unspoilt views, no road noise and really welcoming staff.

Our room was a deluxe, so it had lake views and was quite roomy with the usual ameneties (TV, hairdryer, coffee, trouser press etc etc) and was perfectly clean and well stocked with bathroom goodies!

The facilities at the hotel are impressive. The gym is excellent, with running machines overlooking the loch and well air conditioned with complementary towels and water etc. The swimming pool is average size with a water slide and a jacuzzi area which is overlooked by the casual bar above.

The breakfast is superb with very attentive staff and well stocked until 10am when service ends. There are choices of fresh fruit, cooked meals, porridge, pastries etc made to a very high standard - possibly one of the best hotel breakfasts I've had.

There are a choice of restaurants - one fine dining which requires a suit and tie for men and more relaxed restaurant called 'Smollets' which for £30 a set meal isn't cheap (a la carte mains were about £20-30 each) but the staff and quality was good and there were views overlooking the Loch.

The hotel also has a couple of bars and one in particular (by the main entrance) isn't cheap but you do feel like you are sititng in a lovely stately home with gorgeous surroundings. Two glasses of Pino Grigio and a bottle of water cost £17!!! The more informal bar at the back of the hotel is more reasonably priced.

Overall, the location, venue and staff were top class and I had a fantastic stay at this hotel.

7  Thank LSM2000
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Reviewed 19 June 2006

As you sweep down the drive and along the side of Loch Lomond you sense you have arrived somewhere special. This was our first stay having been invited to join some friends for a weekend of golf in the area.

As we got out of the car we were welcomed by doorman who took interest in where we were from and whether we had stayed before. Our friends had stayed several times and were recognised by many members of staff, some of whom greated them by name. Within minutes the car was unloaded, valet parked and suitcases in our room.

The room was fine, if just a little tired, looking out over the front of the hotel and the Loch - couldn't have asked for a better view. A quick explore of the building found us in the spa. A good range of activities including squash, snooker, gym, spa treatments and the usual poolside fare. The changing areas were okay but smelt a little. The circus tent ceiling interior in the pool area catches the eye.

We ate in the Georgian Room, the hotels flagship restaurant. Although not keen on having to wear a jacket and tie, the food, wine and whole experience of the evening more than made up for it. Service was attentive, whilst the food was served in a contempoary style - those who have ate at the Fat Duck would be forgiven for thinking they have somehow arrived at the Berkshire restaurant whilst eating a desert presented in the style of a hard boiled egg (in a real egg shell!). Good food and wine choice, although a little costly.

Breakfast was excellent with a wide choce on the menu and from the buffet. Both mornings we were stuffed full!

For me though, our lasting memory will be the friendlyness of the staff. From Jack on the door, to Stefan in the restaurant, and everyone else we met, the effort was made to make time to speak and ensure we were having a great time - which we most certainly did!

  • Stayed: June 2006
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6  Thank nibbs
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